Re: What Happens if 2 Inline Schemas Define the Same Element?

Arthur Ryman <> writes:

> If you want to generate a warning instead of an error, that means you'll 
> have to compare the definitions. Do you think there is value in generating 
> a warning as opposed to an error. Wouldn't it be simpler to just consider 
> this an error? 

Thing is, it's not an error in principle.  XSV tries to avoid this
pblm by keeping track of URL/Namespace pairs and never doing one
twice, but this is clearly a case where that didn't work . . .

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